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The fourth volume of this huge encyclopedia of urology is devoted to diseases of the bladder. The subject matter is divided into two parts, one embracing methods of examination and the other devoted to the well defined clinicopathologic entities. The various chapters are written by men whose names stand high in modern urologic thought and accomplishment. The clinical diagnostic methods of examining the bladder are described by Dr. Pasteau. The second chapter elucidates roentgenographic diagnosis of bladder lesions. Traumatic lesions of the bladder are thoroughly discussed. Those parts dealing with the pathologic physiology and mechanism of the lesion may serve as an example in completeness. A chapter on cystitis by Heitz-Boyer occupies ninety well written pages, illustrated by colored plates and by numerous half-tones of gross pathologic lesions. The chapter on bladder stone by Drs. Desnos and Minet is exceptional in its completeness and beauty of illustration. There is an
Encyclopédie Française D'Urologie.. JAMA. 1923;80(9):650. doi:10.1001/jama.1923.02640360058037